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He covers matched filtering, zero-forcing decision feedback equalization, linear equalization, minimum mean-square error and maximum likelihood decision feedback equalization, maximum likelihood sequence detection, advanced topics, and practical considerations.
 Yue Li, Chen Xiru, Strong Consistency of the Maximum Likelihood Estimators in Generalized Linear Models, Science in China Ser.
The authors describe the models and their properties, focusing on unstructured and structured antedependence individually, and then present inference procedures for the models in chapters that cover informal model identification via simple summary statistics and graphical methods, maximum likelihood and residual maximum likelihood estimation of parameters, likelihood ratio tests and penalized likelihood model selection criteria for the model's covariance structure, and mean structure.
Journals are typically kept as a continuous history for a few days covering the period of maximum likelihood for a data recovery action to occur.
Phylogenetic trees were produced with a maximum likelihood method incorporating the GTR+ [GAMMA]+I model of nucleotide substitution, with the general time-reversible (GTR) substitution matrix, the base composition, the gamma ([GAMMA]) distribution of among-site rate variation, and the proportion of invariant sites (I) all estimated from the data.
A maximum likelihood factor analysis with a varimax rotation yielded four factors: self-confidence; value of mathematics; enjoyment of mathematics; and motivation.
Maximum likelihood common factor analysis was used to determine the underlying dimensions of the scale.
Next, full information maximum likelihood techniques are used to estimate values of the parameters which maximize the likelihood (probability) of observing the data.